Activists near Cabinet of Ministers in Kyiv demand early elections
As a protest against authorities, the activists spilled red paint on bills for communal services
Today over 2, 000 Kyiv citizens held a meeting near the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
The activists demanded resignation of President Petro Poroshenko. Th posters in the photos say: Poroshenko Must Resign, Prices for Medication Kill.
Svetlana, one of the activists, complaints that she has no money to pay for communal services: “Salary remained the same, even lower, but the prices have increased dramatically!”.
As a protest against authorities, the activists spilled red paint on bills for communal services with new increased rates.
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